2020 NEW model - matt black. Non-toxic ceramic housing (heated to 1000 ° C)
Grill Ø 53.3 cm
Grill grate Ø 47 cm
Barbecue weight 77kg
How to start?
The meat cooked on the Patton Kamado ceramic grill speaks for itself. Bon Appetit!
What is a kamado grill and what is it used for?
The first ceramic grills were invented in Asia more than 3,000 years ago. The oldest clay grills are found in China - later the original clay was replaced by ceramics. The modern kamado grill came on the market after the Second World War. The word "kamado" means "stove" or "baking area" in Japanese. In modern use, ‘kamado’ means a ceramic grill with different baking options, such as smoking, slow baking, roasting and grilling.
What is the difference between a kamado grill and a regular charcoal grill?
Kamado grills have a ceramic shell that stores heat and, as a result, the temperature of the charcoal is significantly lower than that of conventional charcoal grills. Due to this, the ceramic grill does not dry as much and the significantly better heat storage properties of the housing allow the grill's closed system to prepare more delicious food. Smoke and moisture are particularly well retained inside the grill - so they also penetrate the food being grilled better. The exterior of the Kamado grill is also cooler than a regular metal grill. Weatherproof ceramics and stainless metal parts ensure you a faithful companion for many years to come!